Dammy Olu-Ayeni, Class of 2013

Nov 22, 2013
Tags: b-school, GMAT exam


“I really wanted to understand what informs the decision-making process.”

My name is Dammy Olu-Ayeni from Lagos, Nigeria. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Howard University. I'm currently a first-year MBA student with a concentration in Finance and Strategy at the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management.

Prior to enrolling at Owen, I worked extensively in the Financial Services industry with investment banks like Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo Securities. After a few years as an investment banking analyst on Wall Street, I transitioned to Standard Bank’s investment banking division in Lagos, Nigeria and in Johannesburg, South Africa.


How to Land a Job in B-School

Dammy explains how his internship lead to a full-time position at Bank of America.

Share on Facebook  facebook_sm
Share on Twitter  twitter_sm

Job Hunting Success

How do you land the job of your dreams? Dammy offers his tips for standing out from the crowd.

Share on Facebook facebook_sm
Share on Twitter  twitter_sm

Dammy on how to study for the GMAT Exam


Dammy offers tips and strategies for preparing for the GMAT Exam.

Share on Facebook facebook_sm
Share on Twitter twitter_sm

Dammy on why he chose to attend business school

Why did I Decide to Attend Business School?

Dammy explains how he made the decision to pursue an MBA.

Share on Facebook facebook_sm
Share on Twitter twitter_sm